Authors: Jeanette Torres
(LOS ANGELES) -- Charlie Sheen was one of the millions who tuned into the season premiere of Two and a Half Men Monday night to see what the show would be like without him.
According to TMZ.com, he watched the show kill off his character and later told friends that his fictional funeral was "eerie but fun."
Sheen also gives two thumbs up to his replacement, Ashton Kutcher, who made his first appearance as Jon Cryer's Alan was set to sprinkle the ashes of Sheen's character on a beach. Alan was caught off-guard by Kutcher's character and ended up dropping the ashes. Sheen thought "it was the best intro for a new character on a TV show of all time."
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